The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 263, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 1, 1919 Page: 2 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma,
rhe Daily Transcript
lublished every aftemonn cxcrpt Sunday
"he Transcript-Enter prise Publishing Co.
red a1 second r'ass mutter January
[1W4, at ' c i >t ofi'irc at Norman, nk!.v
under act of congress of March 3,
215 East Main Street. Telephone 3.
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH.
Crawford and Tonhawa.
Sunday School 10 a. m., John
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
Daily subscription rates. n „ ... ... . „
mail, one year $3..r>0 Divine.
mail, six months 2.00 ~
carrier, one week ...
Evening subject: "A
pedal Program by
Epworth League at G:30 p. m.
.101 Miss Herring, President.
i Missionary Society at the church
I Tuesday, 3 p. m., Mrs. C. S. Bobo,
University Bible Class meets at
the Guild House Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock a. m., Prof. Pierce,
liort talks on various phases of Teacher.
istian Endeavor work by the You are heartily invited to all
ibens of that society and spec- j "ur services.
|rausio numbers will be given on *' S. WALKER, Pastor.
People's Night" Sunday 1
king ill . :.>0, at the Presbyter- , ,RST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
| March. During; the last year i
members of this society have I
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Asp Avenue and Lind St,
Holy Communion and sermon at
tleven. Subject: "The Meaning of POP RENT—One 5-room new
Divine Grace." i bungalow on naved street Call
_ j 394 or see J. I). Pierson at 200 W.
Evenincr Prayer at seven-thirty Main street. 2fi2-2t*
The Woman's Auxiliary Chapter
and St. Mary's Chanter of St f Ff??, - SALE—Dodge automobile,
1018 model, 5 passenger, with
. „. I '" ™ " pajiaciipi'l
at King winter top, good as new, at a bar-
John's Guild will meet
Hall on the afternoon of Tuesday, gain. Frank £tarzer, at M<Intyre's
Feb. 11. Mrs. Biller, formerly of parage. 262.-3t.
Oklahoma and S. Dakota, and now
representing the Board of Missions
is expected to be present She is
We are still doing business and
can take care of your laundry
work anytime. Phone 743; we will
call for your laundry and deliver.
h providing social entertain-
It in the form of open house
[v vieek for the university stu
s. They are now conducting
embership campaign, and have
eased the membership from
r to one hundred forty-fiv.
Sunday evening fifty-five
members were obtained, and
Sunday before twenty-nine
I members joined.
is not only to show what the
organization is doing, but to
ain the work of the Christian
! Santa Fe Ave. and Eufaula St.
Sunday School 9:45 a. nv, Mr .C
E. McCormick, superintendent
Preaching 11 a. m. Subject,
"Mission of the Church." There
will lie two numbers of special
music at this service.
Epworth League 6:45 p. m.,
leader, Mr. Chauncy H. Black.
Evangelistic services 7:45 p. m.
Sermon theme: "The Tomorrow
Man'.' There will be an anthem
by the choir and a solo by Mr.
Laile Neal. The orchestra will
,, ., . also assist with the music. Evange-
avor as a world-wide organi- ... ...
, , listic services will continue each
n, and to tell of its part m the
that the "Young People's
,t" program is being given at
studying local conditions and ad
vising with the women concerning
the general work 0f the Church. It STRAYED—From my place,
is earnestly hoped that all the known as the Hubbard place on
dadies of the congregation and ^'ou'e 3, about a week ago, 1 n#r-
tMr M, „, will h present ^
meet her. Born and educated in loading to their recovery. H Grif-
this great southwest, she is thor- fin. Norman, Route 3. 262-2*
oughly sympathetic with and rep- w. vrtr, T
WANTUI-A man wants a share
FOR SALE: Several pure bred
White Leghorn cockerels, two 70
egg Cyphers incubators. Call at
109 Dawes street on Sunday after-
FOR TRADE: Fine dwelling site or .« room modem
Enid for Norman property. * In1uire at Transcript
Tell your friends in Enid, and ad
dress "R. A." 448 Elm street. Nor-
WANTED—Small hot water in-
cubator, must be in good condi-
tion and priced right. Mr. Jen
nings at Transcript office.
WANTED TO RENT A f' I
six room modern house. Innnir* Let us demonstrate to you why
at Transcript office. 256-tf ",e Overland Model 90 has
" -— ! tion wide reputation as
WANTED TO RENT—By Feby j Thrift Car." Minteer Motor Co.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Three
head of horses; terms t0 suit
Hollingsworth, West Main.
EXPRESS Driver Wanted.
Ry Express Co.
LOST—A Fisk 34x4 1-2 mounted
tire from rear of car. Reward
for return to H. L. Muldrow.
resentative of its life,
' crop. Has a large force, or
would work by the month. Call at
416 W. Main. 31-4t*
Used cars, eight to choose from, i
all in good mechanical condition ;
Minteer Motor Co. 262-3t. j
FIRST Class dress making. Satis
faction guaranteed. 517 Uni
Dr. Katherine Harris
following is the program
| Sunday evening:
hymns by the Society, lead
Jsponsive readings, selections
273 an,: I'M.
j evening throughout the week, Sat-
| urday excepted. There will be a
| warm welcome for everybody at
I all of these services.
| Prof. Clark E. Snell Musical
j ROBERT D. POOL, Pastor.
First Church of Christ Scientist. The orchestra music at the Uni-
Regular services at the church edi- versity theatre is, alone, worth the
fice on West Eufaula, at 11 o'clock, price of admission.
Subject: "Love". Golden text
from I John 4:11, "Beloved, if God LOST—34x4 Good Year tire, in
so loved us, we ought also to love f ^ of
„ ... , , • to W. R. Mcterron, 416 Uni Boule-
one another. Wednesday evening yard and receive reward. 258-6*
testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock.
All are invited to these services. Let the Ideal Laundry
Sunday School at 10 o'clock. The your rough dry laundry.
reading room at the church is open 743.
from 2:30 to 5 o'clock every Wed- —
nesday. FOR RENT—Unfurnished
FOR SALE—Two shoats weight
about 75 pounds. Phone 181, or LADIES black purse, containing
call 217 W .Apache. 263 3* watch, return to Ruckers for re-
; ward. 261-3t*
123 Hast Main
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Remember that the Price Dye Works are
now fully equipped to do First-Class
Cleaning- and Pressing- as well as Dyeing.
We will call for and deliver your clothes.
PRICE DYE WORKS
PHONE 593 210 WEST MAIN
Oakes & Ownbey
Before You Sell Your
And get the Highest Market Price
And Get Our Prices on
FEED, FLOUR and SEEDS.
No. 211 West Main Street
CHURCH OF CHRIST
pcial selection . str.i
History of Christian
or," Mary Ray.
ristian Endoavqr in
" F. L. Tibbits.
cal solo, Homer Hurt
hristian Erideavorers in
tiristian Endeavor and the
kit Life," Dean .1. S. Buch-
hristian Endeavor. Past. Pres-
knd Fut'irr," J.. . |.li IU-nt m
lo solo, Prof. Franz Kuschan.
Bilile School at 10:00; preachinr
jat 11:00; subject: "Responsibility
quar->.ind Accountability to God." Com-
munion at 11:50.
Sonr service beginning at 6:30;
! preaching at 7:15, subject: "Small 1
Prenehing at 3:00 at Grotts !
House almost full last Sunday.
Let us try to fill it tomorrow. W.' ;
have seen an increase in interest
fill along, and let us not drop it
l'RANK L'. COX, Minister.
r of All Kinds
\\n CAREFULLY. GIVE I'-
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HAULING TRUNK>
Office Phone 225 Residence Phone ;i0
Home of the Super-Silent Drama
Week of February 3rd, 1919
FIRST PRESBYTISM \\
cars, eight lo choose from,
good mechanical condition
|cr Motor Co.
our WET WASH—4 cents
l>und. We make delivery the
we wash. Call phone
leal Laundry, and ask us
Srty bunch of shirts and c ■!
receive proper attention in
lent—for real high clas
phone 71—Norman Steam
Jour WET WASH—4 cents
lund. We make delivery t h.,-
[lay we wash. Call phone
deal Laundry, and ask u
|the WE ' WASH
Stockholders of the Nor-
Masonic Building Associa-
|are hereby nut: that the
1 meeting of the stockhold-
feaid association will be held
pffice of The Clement Mort-
omnany of Norman, Okla-
t>n Thursday, February 6th,
7:30 p. m , for the purpose
ting a Board of Directors
ensuing year, and such ! E. at 6:30 p. m.
Sunday School at 9:45. Morning
service at 11:00. This is Commun-
New members will be, received
and infants baptised. Also the
quota of this church for the Ar-
menian-Syrian relief campaign
will be taken care of. The choir'
sings an anthem.
Christian Endeavor meets at
j 6:30. Last Sunday the members
went to 142. This meeting is full
j At 7:30 the Young People's !
; night program. Several enthusi- |
I astic and vital 5 minute tSlks and
a special musical program includ- j
rng a violin quartett, H. Hoover,
M. Cochran, G. Williams, Prof.
Li hner, Baritone solo, "Out in the
Depths," by Homer Hurt, and a
violin solo, Braluns, "Legend" by
Margaret Forbes. A cordial in-
vitation to a warm hearted church
to all who have no other church
THEO. ASZMAN, Pastor. I
All regular services will be held
Bible School at 10 a. m.
Preaching and Communion ser-
vices at 11 a. m.
Subject of the morning discourse '
will be: "Christian Staedfast- 1
Junior C, E., at 3 p. m.
High School and University C. I
mi na.irwn in.im— TB,«uhmimaum toworn
L. C Gil ES PHONE 59 W. C. WEIR
OFFICE—First National Bank Bid.
Giles-We r Investment Co.
FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY.
Call and see us, we have some good properities listed
worth the moeny. See us if you desire a loan on farm
property. If you have property for sale list it with us
We Deliver the Goods!
>usiness as may legally
^fore us. The presence of
ockholder is earnestly de-
E CLEMENT. Chairman,
P. MEYER. Secretary.
I BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Ilea lfa for sale
|e place one-half mile north
half mile cast of Pleasant
lool. Good hay. Also some
ly cheap. See HENRY
tires the tire with the
ise. Minteer Motor Co.
|ilies t0 have their wasli-
with us. the wet wash
|ents per pound dry weight
• flu and call 741?. Ideal
and ask us about wet
Evening Services at 7:30 p. m.
The Subject of the evening dis-
course will be: "The Second Resur- |
rection, and the Second Death." |
Will discuss the relation of both I
to the Judgment.
Monthly meeting of the Church
Board at 6:30 in the pastor's study.
Meeting of the Bible School cab-
inet Monday evening at 7:30.
A most cordial invitation is ex-
tended to the public to attend all
regular Sunday meetings. Special
music arranged for both morning
and evening services.
D. A. WICKIZER, Pastor.
Rain or Shine,
cold or hot,
It Matters not,
Our plant runs just the same.
With our modern up-to-date equipment
we can deliver the same high-class work-
manship, and deliver promptly' regard-
less of the weather
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. Maroney of Watonga will ,
preach at the First Baptist church
on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock 1
and at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
10 o'clock; be on time. All mem- J
bers of the congregation are urged j
to be present.
Jack Bowers <5 Co.
Tailors, Cleaners, Pressers
Universal Special Attractions Presents
The remarkable adventures of a girl burglar.
\-lso Comedy Picture "The Fickle Blacksmith"
and Hearst News
AN ALL STAR CAST IN
"THE HOUSE OF MIRTH"
From Edith Wharton's Famous Novel
Also a funny one, "Don't Weaken"
Jesse L. Laskey Presents
Wallace Reid and Kathlyn Williams
"THE THING WE LOVE"
It's A Paramount Picture.
Also Two Reels'of Hilarity- "Freckled Fish,"
A. H. Woods Presents
"THE OTHER WOMAN"
Also, Harold Lloyd in a Comedy Knockout
''Two Gun Gussie."
PATHE NEWS COMPLETES THIS PROGRAM
Adolph Zukor Presents
As "Little Eva" and "Topsy"
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN"
Its A Paramount Picture
Also, Big V Comedy—A Scream
"THE MILLIONAIRE PIRATE"
Bluebird pictures are first shown in this state by the University
Theatre. It is the only small town theatre in the state of Okla-
homa showing first release pictures. ,
Also, A Two Reel Mack Sennett-Paramount j
Comedy with Clias. Murray-Mary Thurman
"Watch Your Neighbor"
SOME GLOOM CHASER
Orchestra Music Matinee Daily 2 p. m.—Saturday 1 p. m. 1
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